What we do
We provide a caring and friendly atmosphere for each child and their parents. Our children have a wide range of conditions and syndromes, such as cerebral palsy, Down’s Syndrome, autistic spectrum disorder, visual and hearing impairments, physical delays and speech and language delays – which may or may not have been officially diagnosed.
We currently have around 50 children attending sessions, and there’s always a waiting list. We’d love to be able to offer a place to every child who needs it, but this means bringing in more funds. We’re really keen to do this.
Our children receive a minimum of one two-hour session a week, during which our highly-experienced, caring team delivers the Early Years Foundation Stage framework.
We have high ratios of adults to children, often 1:1, as we tailor our service to each child’s individual needs.
Our centre provides a safe, secure and stimulating environment, which helps children to settle in and quickly feel at ease.
Whilst your child does this, our team is using their experience and skills to decide the best way to meet your child’s health and emotional needs. They will be given a key person, who will work hard to build a positive relationship, whilst assessing their development.
Then, once your child feels settled, we’ll speak to parents and carers about this, and plan the next steps of learning, which we’ll carry out with playful teaching activities.
We also work with a range of health and education professionals supporting children to ensure consistency and the best outcome for each child.